Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Photo Courtesy of Thairath
SUKHOTHAI – Forensics investigators examined the body of Mr. Sanom Phomsarai (meaning Seaweed Fortress), after he and his son, Mr. Thanongsak Phomsarai suddenly stopped and tried to reverse in the middle of a road. They were hit by an oncoming Toyota ‘Fortuner’. The son later died in hospital.
Police Lieutenant Colonel Prayut Jekphu, an investigative head officer in Sukhothai along with rescue teams attended the crash scene on bypass intersection Sri Samrong. There, they found a smashed Honda motorbike; plate number 943 lying on the gravel. Next to the bike lay the body of Mr. Sanom Phomsarai, 44-years-old from Phitsanulok.
The son, Mr. Thanongsak Phomsarai, 21-years-old, was also severely injured and sent to the Sawan Lok hospital (meaning heaven on earth hospital) where he later died.
The Toyota Fortuner, plate number 6699, from Lamphang was smashed around the front bumper. After questioning, the driver said the father and son suddenly stopped and reversed while traffic was moving at full speed. The reason they did this is still unknown.
Courtesy of Thairath
Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak
Posted by Adrian Tse at 11:07 AM